jobserver increase memory

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jobserver increase memory

hi,
i want to allocate more memory for one job, which is run on TAC, so i tried to add JVM parameter,
but it didn't work, i can't allocate more than 1024M...
i changed the tomcat configuration (JAVA_OPTS="-Xms256M-Xmx20480M"), it works, i can see in tomcat server status that the max memory is now 18205.50 MB.
But i think that i have to change some parameter on jobserver configuration, how
can i do this ?

regards,
John
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Re: jobserver increase memory

Hi John
Welcome to Talend Community!
What'is the volume of your machine's memory?
The value of xmx cannot exceed the RAM.
Regards,
Pedro
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Re: jobserver increase memory

Hi pedro,
the volume of my machine's memory is 24 GB.
John
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Re: jobserver increase memory

Hi John
If you want to allocate more memory for one job, you can modify it in TAC->Job Conductor->JVM parameters as the following image.
There is no need to change configuration of Job Server.
Regards,
Pedro
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Re: jobserver increase memory

Hi Pedro,
i have already tried that, but it doesn't work up to 1024 M...
John
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Re: jobserver increase memory

Hi
I use the tool jvisualvm to monitor the JVM parameters for one Talend job.
In my local machine, I can increase the value of XMX larger that 1024M.
Regards,
Pedro
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Re: jobserver increase memory

This is a really useful component.  Excuse my ignorance but what is the output telling me?
tMemoryMonitor_1: using 2347MB/3217MB (max=3641MB/64%) (processors=2)
<Name of the component>: <current memory use>/<?> (<max memory use allowed>) (<number of processors>)
The value after the "/" what is that?

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